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13 August 2014


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Ha, Jaydee! The moment I saw that stamp set I knew (*KNEW*!) I'd be seeing it over here! ;o) The card is simplicity made perfect. The cardinal is the focus, as he should be. Beautiful. Just beautiful. :o)

Ah...now I'm intrigued...:oP I'll be back to check out what's going on with the cards...

Niles and Daphne are stunning--as has been your weather, you lucky thing, you! I'm desperately waiting for those cool evenings so I can open *my* windows at night.

Hang in there with those swaps--it always seems ideas simply won't come when we most need them! :oS


P.S. Hi Lou! :oD

ColleenB. - Texas

Cardinals are such lovely birds and are wonderful in making holiday cards and this is no exception. Your card is lovely. Such a pretty stamp. Giving the bird some dimension really makes him stand out and proud.
Beautiful job on the card.
Enjoy your day and have a wonderful week


I've seen several cards using the cardinal and I've been trying to decide if I wanted him. I also thought maybe he was a little hairy. Your card is easily the prettiest one I've seen using this set. If I thought I could color him half as well as you did I might break down and buy the cardinal!

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